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Popular Liberal Democrats Local Ward Councillor returned to Leicester City Council after Topping Poll in Aylestone Ward

May 27, 2019 6:38 PM
By Leicester Liberal Democrats
Nigel Porter

Aylestone Ward Councillor, Nigel Porter, Leicester's only Opposition Councillor

After the Leicester City Council elections on Thursday 2nd May, Aylestone Ward's Liberal Democrat Councillor, Nigel Porter was left as the sole Opposition Councillor on Leicester City Council. Since his first election to the City Council in 2004, Councillor Porter's local popularity returned him back to the Town Hall topping the poll in Aylestone with 972 votes, 49 ahead of Labour who took the second seat. The Liberal Democrats were then placed third in the two member ward. The result maintained the status quo in Aylestone which began in 2011.

The Liberal Democrats stood candidates in all 21 wards across the city.